Gordon England was one of a number of specialist coachbuilders that were to build body work for the Standard Nine
chassis. In 1928, 100 of the short wheel base, chassis with the 1155 cc 8.9 H.P. engine were supplied to Gordon
England who went on to build 50 two door Sports Saloons, and 50 open two seater, sports cars on the chassis.
The two seater sports car cost £225, which coupled really economical running and the ability to obtain a genuine 60
mph. Both models were also available with the option of a super charger, which guaranteed
75 m.p.h. for £75 extra.
There are two known survivors world-wide, David Groom in the United
Kingdom and Allan Bain in New Zealand. The Registrar is probably the only person who has been fortunate enough
to ride in both known survivors.